Metabolic profile of high intensity intermittent exercises

  • Tabata I
  • Irisawa K
  • Kouzaki M
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See, stats, and : https : / / www. researchgate. net / publication / 14079610 Metabolic exercises Article DOI : 10 . 1097 / 00005768 - 199703000 - 00015 : PubMed CITATIONS 128 READS 3 , 514 6 , including : Izumi Ritsumeikan 201 , 105 SEE Motoki Kyoto 92 , 265 SEE Futoshi National 56 SEE Motohiko National 196 , 699 SEE All - text , letting . Available : Motohiko Retrieved : 16ABSTRACTToevaluatethemagnitudeofthestressontheaerobicandtheanaerobicenergyreleasesystemsduringhighintensitybicycletraining,twocommonlyusedprotocols(IE1andIE2)wereexaminedduringbicycling.IE1consistedofonesetof6-7boutsof20-sexerciseatanintensityofapproximately170%ofthesubject'smaximaloxygenuptake(·VO2max)witha10-srestbetweeneachbout.IE2involvedonesetof4-5boutsof

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  • ACCUMULATED OXYGEN DEFICIT
  • ANAEROBIC CAPACITY
  • BICYCLING
  • MAXIMAL OXYGEN UPTAKE

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Authors

  • Izumi Tabata

  • Kouichi Irisawa

  • Motoki Kouzaki

  • Kouji Nishimura

  • Futoshi Ogita

  • Motohiko Miyachi

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